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Nov 10, 2012 8:00am PST
-evasive technology. >> it's designed not as screening tool but for suspicious looking moles we wanted to get a computerized second opinion on. >> the leanl approved device collects images several layers deep into the skin by combining multiple light waves. result is a multidimensional look at the makeup of individual skin legions including layers not visible to the naked eye. >> it looks at disorganization of pig zblay after the images are acquired the software uses a series of algorithms to produce a score. >> we know the average score is about 3.5. if something is zero or below, it almost certainly benign. >> there are limitation. it doesn't spotted non-melanoma keanks. it's best used as an added tool along with clinical judgment. it comes from regular screenings. ever since her surgery for melanoma on her shoulder. >> anything that could tell me that there was an irregularity under the skin or on me or my husband or children, would be fabulous. >> a single skin cost $175 and not covered by insurance. biopsies are. in marcie's case it did offer the benefit of peace of mind without a
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